A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (Google eBook)

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Macmillan, 1899 - Bible - 185 pages
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Page 9 - All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient : all things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power of any.
Page 187 - The Social Teaching of Jesus" : "Re-reading deepens the impression that the author is scholarly, devout, awake to all modern thought, and yet conservative and preeminently sane. If, after reading the chapters dealing with Jesus' attitude toward man, society, the family, the state, and wealth, the reader will not agree with us in this opinion, we greatly err as prophets.
Page 188 - Modern Church, Edinburgh, says: *'No fuller analysis of the later books of the New Testament could be des1red, and no better programme could be offered for their study, than that afforded in the scheme of fifty lessons on the Founding of the Christian Church, by Clyde W. Votaw. It is well adapted alike for practical and more scholarly students of the Bible.
Page 62 - The New Testament in the Original Greek, according to the Text followed in the Authorised Version, together with the Variations adopted in the Revised Version.
Page 187 - Professor Bacon's works in the field of Old Testament criticism include " The Triple Tradition of Exodus," and " The Genesis of Genesis," a study of the documentary sources of the books of Moses. In the field of New Testament study he has published a number of brilliant papers, the most recent of which is " The Autobiography of Jesus," in the American Journal of Theology.
Page 141 - ... (1) That the true readings of the Greek New Testament cannot safely be derived from any one set of authorities, whether manuscripts, versions, or Fathers, but ought to be the result of a patient comparison and careful estimate of the evidence supplied by them all. (2) That where there is a real agreement between all...
Page 17 - I had the self-command to conceal from the steward and the rest of the community, I asked, as if in a careless way, for permission to take the manuscript into my sleeping chamber to look over it more at leisure. There by myself I could give way to the transport of joy which I felt. I knew that I held in my hand the most precious Biblical treasure in existence a document whose age and importance exceeded that of all the manuscripts which I had ever examined during twenty years
Page 188 - Commentary} are critical and exegetical attempts to supply those elements which are lacking in existing works of the same general aim and scope. The History of Christian Literature until Eusebius Prof. JW PLATNER, Professor of Early Church History, Harvard University. Professor Platner's work will not only treat the writings of the early Christian writers, but will also treat of the history of the New Testament Canon.
Page 17 - Full of joy, which this time I had the self-command to conceal from the steward and the rest of the community, I asked, as if in a careless way, for permission to take the manuscript into my sleeping chamber to look over it more at leisure. There by myself I could give way to the transport of joy which I felt. I knew that I held in my hand the most precious Biblical treasure in existence a document whose age and importance...
Page 80 - This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me.

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